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Cocky F@#ker by Misti Murphy
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it was amazing

I received an ARC in exchange for an honest review.

So glad to have read Mace and Chelsea's story. I was really interested in knowing more about them after reading Prick Tease and Lady Killer. Mace is Claire's (from Prick Tease) older brother and has had feelings for Chelsea since they were teenagers. But she was his brother Rush's ex and he knew he shouldn't ever pursue something with her. But, as things tend to happen, they got involved more than once and they somehow ended up married years later, but then he enlisted and left her the next day and Chelsea went on with her life. But now Mace is back home in Reverance and is intent on making his wife his again, only Chelsea isn't so sure that's what she wants. She ends up pregnant and she doesn't tell him because she isn't sure he wants to be a father. Throw in older brother Rush's return, and concurrent drama with other family members, and you have the perfect romance.

I loved their story, it was passionate and filled with just the right amount of drama (not too much) and both Chelsea and Mace were really great characters. I liked Mace much more in this book than in Prick Tease, where he came across as just a one dimensional jerk of an overprotective older brother who didn't give his honorary brother (Razer) a chance to explain his real feelings for his little sister. Here, though he is cocky and overbearing, he has really strong feelings for Chelsea (and his family) and those feelings are shown in a really well written way. Chelsea too has strong feelings for Mace but she is understandably afraid to show them to Mace, considering how much he hurt her when he disappeared right after they got married.

If you are a fan of cocky guys who meet their matches with strong heroines who love them, then read this, you won't regret it!

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Reading Progress

Finished Reading
April 15, 2016 – Shelved
April 15, 2016 – Shelved as: to-read

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